Briefs for June 27-29, 2007
Chamber/Bureau 2007 Annual Meeting
The Chamber/Bureau will present its marketing plan for the 2007/08 fiscal year in a multimedia presentation Wednesday, July 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Canyons Grand Summit Hotel. Whether new to the Chamber or a longtime member, the annual meeting is a good way to get a finger on the pulse of this organization. The meeting is also an opportunity to meet the volunteer leadership of the Park City Chamber/Bureau as it introduces the new President of the Board and recognizes those board members and officers who are retiring. The 2007 Myles Rademan Award will be presented to Teri Orr of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation, and lastly, It will be unveiling the Chamber’s new "Buy Local Campaign" and introducing a new member benefit designed to assist the members in hiring qualified workers. The luncheon cost is $20 in advance or $22 at the door. Please RSVP to Barbara Wainwright by July 5, and be sure to indicate if you prefer a vegetarian meal. For more information, call 649-6100 or e-mail Barbara@parkcityinfo.com.
Coldwell Banker new broker
Lynn Butterfield, an agent with the Park City office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has earned his broker’s license. For more information, call 649-4400.
Lia Sophia announces new leadership
Lia Sophia announced the promotion of Coalville resident Kami Ruf from advisor to unit manager. Ruf has met or exceeded her personal sales and recruiting goals to achieve this level of leadership. Ruf has earned this level through personal sales accomplishments and by
motivating others to achieve success. This promotion offers her the
opportunity for special benefits such as additional commissions, overrides, monthly bonuses and jewelry premiums.
"This company has given me an awesome opportunity," says Ruf. "I’ve been able to be my own boss, build my own team and help other people to be as successful as I have been. Lia Sophia is really committed to helping its people reach their fullest potential."
For more information, please contact Kami Ruf at http://www.liasophia.com/kamiruf
Anita Lewis, Brent Ovard and Travis English were influential in shaping how residents interact with the county.